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Guna4699

December 01, 2015 1:29 PM

MotoGP » Rossi teases rally switch after MotoGP career


I hate to see him move out of motogp, but anything thing must come to an end One day or the other. But I hope he does stay here for couple more years... Rossi presence is always a big excitement... Can you believe, Motogp red lighted faded only 4times in last 15yrs without this legend lining up in the grid. None can really predict how much of an impact is he going to leave behind by his absence. Living Legend already.

Guna4699

December 09, 2015 12:57 PM

MotoGP » ‘Uncertainty’ fuelled polemic after Rossi, Marquez clash


@ciku Just because someone has big fan following doesn't mean he is always wrong and trying to manipulate in unfair ways. Also it doesn't mean riders with less fans are always right. Rossi says Marc isn't innocent, can you prove Rossi's statement false? In a track that is severely demanding for both bike and rider, MM went all nuts lose and had no reason/necessity to play waiting game and preserve tyre/energy for finishing laps. But in relatively easier Valencia he was planning and waiting for final laps. I say he based his approach entirely based up on which of the title contender was riding close to him. He should have played a neutral role but He was selectively calm to help one rider or selectively aggressive disturb the other or do both. Nothing against the rule but very ugly.

Guna4699

December 02, 2015 1:27 PM

MotoGP » VOTE! Your 2015 MotoGP Star of the Year


No matter how many races won, laps lead, poles/front row secured, FPs topped,, Lorenzo still went into final race with 7 points deficit. Rossi would have still won the title from back of grid start had that clown translated his real potential into results. So 9/10 for VR, 7/10 for Lorenzo (riding skills perfectly impressive but for constant moaning and self proclaiming). 1/10 for Marc (not for trying to fix but for acting like innocent).

Guna4699

December 08, 2015 2:47 PM

MotoGP » Yamaha recover ‘3 or 4 years’ with ECU progress


Good rear tyre and tough to tame front will be the order of next season tyre debate... Taming the Michelin front will be the key to success, I think Yamaha has just made a smart move to move the fuel filler behind, now with this new change, load on front will remain constant throughout the race, feeling with front will not change with fuel level anymore, one less factor to worry about the front end with constant load, now Yamaha can understand the front tyre with less complex data...

Guna4699

December 08, 2015 7:10 AM

MotoGP » Yamaha recover ‘3 or 4 years’ with ECU progress


"Yamaha opted to save all of its private test days until 2016" sounds like Yamaha with its limited testing has already decided the direction for major details like fuel tank experiment. Because you can't wait for 2 months without deciding on major details. They are going to continue adjusting to the new ECU and fine tune other small details in successive 2-3 testing in two months time. Yamaha is either in for a big bang if the major details they fixed about development direction clicks or in for a big trouble because making big changes so late is going to cost so dearly...

Guna4699

December 07, 2015 3:46 PM

MotoGP » Ducati not worried by loss of concessions


Don't underestimate the impact changes in pegging order what big technical changes might bring. According to stoner by himself, had anyone told him in 2007 before 4th race in season that he had a shot at the title, he would have lol ed... Hungriest Ducati has the least to learn among the top 3 factories, with virtually half the new software is their's, they just have the tyre to tame. Wealthiest Honda have both tyre and ECU software to learn. Smartest Yamaha has the most to learn, New tyre, New ECU software and new experimental fuel tank. Next season is really a brand new one... Absolutely no predictions can be made before chequered flag drops in Qatar.

Guna4699

December 03, 2015 4:15 PM

MotoGP » Tardozzi explains Ducati’s 2016 approach


I would be happy to see someone finally break the strangle hold of top 4 aliens. Hope this effort works and their level escalates from this season to next season. Would love to see a Ducati win next season,, also hoping for a refreshing sight of a satellite win,, Everybody making the most of the testing time they got, WTF is Yamaha doing...? Have they gained any crucialy sure positive solutions for next season in the limited testing they did?


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